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    Oh and I was really looking forward to doing a degree in Maths with a minor in Engineering.
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    why is that bad?
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    Don't understand what the problem is??
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    So far this year I've managed to wake up before 10am about 5 times. Attending lectures could be a problem.
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    It looks like my Physics timetable, only slightly better.
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    least you have EVERY afternoon off... mine are dotted around all over the place. 3 6pm finishes and 2 10 am starts with random hour and two hour gap here there and everywhere..
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    Are you kidding? CompSci for me is 9-5 4 days a week and then it's 12-6 on the friday. That, is a joke my son.
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      I'm sorry but that is not a bad timetable. I had more hours in year 9.
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      (Original post by NS17)
      Are you kidding? CompSci for me is 9-5 4 days a week and then it's 12-6 on the friday. That, is a joke my son.
      why are you doing a MEng for a science degree or am i missing something..either way, looks like your being overworked xD lols
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      Only two early starts next term but I've got 2 6pm finishes now as well.
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      Man the **** up.
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      You seem to be objecting to having lectures.. did you not realise this would be the case?
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      i start every day at 9am, except for one day when i start at 8.30. and im often not home till 5, you could have it worse
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      (Original post by J1mjam)
      why are you doing a MEng for a science degree or am i missing something..either way, looks like your being overworked xD lols
      Comp Sci 3 years is a bachelor of science, at masters level (4 years usually, 5 in my case >.>) it becomes a master of engineering.

      Yes, I am overworked.
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      (Original post by NS17)
      Comp Sci 3 years is a bachelor of science, at masters level (4 years usually, 5 in my case >.>) it becomes a master of engineering.

      Yes, I am overworked.
      i thought mine stayed as a MSci infact im sure of it. ....ah well.
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      (Original post by J1mjam)
      i thought mine stayed as a MSci infact im sure of it. ....ah well.
      Both the Lancaster 4-year computer science courses are MSci's.
     
     
     
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